On my current earnings? lol no. I don't think most earn enough here to retire on, but if you develop a good portfolio of work you can use those hubs to get clients, make a good living and then retire That's my plan anyway.
No, but I could add them to my retirement fund. Every bit counts.
Even if I were making enough from HubPages to live on, I would still never plan to retire on this as my only source of income. We've seen in the past how search engines can change their rankings algorithms and kill your traffic. Even the most evergreen topic could also be done better by someone else, or HubPages could be superseded by a newer article site. At the very least, I would have to maintain and update my articles. If I'm still writing in order to maintain my retirement, I'm not retired.
Only if I wanted to be homeless, living under a bridge somewhere. Been here two years and never reached payout. Been at Bubblews for a month and already have $25 in my hand.
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